I was hopin' things would work out for her. She was a good friend of mine.Linda
Tom Dobbs: How many analogies do you have left?
Jack Menken: How many does it take to make my point?
I'm not a killer. I'm just someone who wanted to make things right. Can't I just let myself forget what you've told me? Can't I just let myself forget what you've made me do. You think I just want another puzzle to solve? Another John G. to look for? You're John G. So you can be my John G... Will I lie to myself to be happy? In your case Teddy... yes I will.Leonard Shelby
Tai: I could really use some sort of herbal refreshment.
Dionne: Oh, well we do lunch in ten minutes. We don't have any tea, but we have Coke and stuff.
Tai: No shit. You guys got Coke here?
Dionne: Well, yeah.
Cher: Yeah, this is America.
[to Rosemary] We both have dead people in our families.Max Fischer
I have to work around here, and unfortunately Troy, you are a master at the art of time suckage.Lelaina Pierce
Malcolm Crowe: [after realizing what has happened] I think I can go now. Just needed to do a couple of things. I needed to help someone; I think I did. And I needed to tell you something: You were never second, ever. I love you. You sleep now. Everything will be different in the morning.
Anna Crowe: [in her sleep] Good night, Malcolm...
Malcolm Crowe: Good night, sweetheart.
Pamela Landy: I was hoping you had some time for me.
Ward Abbott: Time for what?
Pamela Landy: I'm free right now, actually.
Ward Abbott: That sounds ominous. Let me check my schedule.
Miss Brant: Welcome to the Daily Bugle.
Peter Parker: Thanks. I'm Peter Parker. I'm a photographer.
Miss Brant: Yes, I can see that.
Reporter: Where did you get the name, "The Italian Stallion?"
Rocky: Oh I made that up one night while I was eating dinner.
Man... I'm sweating like George Bush on Judgment DayDan
Sir Leigh Teabing: Robert! Do I owe you money?
Robert Langdon: Leigh, my friend. Care to open up for an old colleauge
Sir Leigh Teabing: Of course.
[Robert goes to shut the door]
Sir Leigh Teabing: But first, a test of honor. Three questions
Robert Langdon: [Somewhat annoyed] Fire away!
Sir Leigh Teabing: First, shall I serve coffee or tea?
Robert Langdon: Tea, of course.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Correct. Next question, Milk or Lemon?
Robert Langdon: That would depend on the tea now.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Correct! Now the kast and most grave of inquiries. In which year did a Harvard honor student outrow an Oxford student at Henley?
Robert Langdon: [Reluctantly] Surely such a travesty has never occurred.